Definition for BROAD'SIDE

BROAD'SIDE, n. [broad and side.]

  1. A discharge of all the runs on one side of a ship, above and below, at the same time. – Mar. Dict.
  2. The side of a ship, above the water, from the bow to the quarter. – Mar. Dict.
  3. In printing, a sheet of paper containing one large page, or printed on one side only. – Ash. Johnson.

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